VILLAGERS in Hade Edge are continuing their fight against plans to fill in a former quarry.
More than 100 people have signed a petition and about 70 written letters of protest to planners over the application.
New Mill-based Hallway Architectural Services has applied for permission to restore the former Hade Edge quarry at Dunford Road, Holmfirth, to its original contours.
Residents first found out about the plans in November when they received hand-delivered letters detailing the application.
Residents' spokesman Peter Wilkinson, of Green Abbey said there were health and safety implications of lorries travelling through the village and the area was on the edge of the Peak District National Park.
"Everyone is right behind us. This work would have a massive impact on the environment," he said.
A planning spokesman said Kirklees was awaiting revised plans from the developer on the scale of the scheme.
He said it was hoped the plans would be discussed at a committee meeting on March 10.
He confirmed a petition containing around 100 signatures and 70 individual letters against the plans had been received by planners.
The developer has said that lorries would be travelling to the site along a main road.
He said the Environment Agency had been consulted over the plans.
Planners and highways officers are happy with the access to the site.